Hosted by Urban Land Institute (ULI) Colorado, the Salazar Center was honored to be a community partner on this webinar. 

The COVID-19 crisis is transforming the way we use the public realm. Access to and use of open space, commerce, and the public right of way have all changed rapidly. The question is now: will things ever return to the way they were? Do we want them to?

In this virtual forum, hear from experts in development, mobility, and open space about how we can leverage this crisis to enhance our cities in the long term – including what Copenhagen has been doing to adapt to the new world and continue to support a vibrant quality of life. This webinar was also be interactive; participants were asked what they hope to see in their own cities and had the opportunity to offer data and solutions from what is working locally and in other parts of the world.

Learn more about this virtual event, including presenter bios.


Date Start Time End Time
July 16, 2020 10:00 am 11:00 am

Contact Information

Elise Martinez:

Key Themes

  • Community-based conservation
  • Healthy landscapes
  • Resiliency
  • Urban nature